Gifts of abundance.

On Thursday afternoon, I found myself staring hopelessly at the crispers of our two refrigerators in the bunkhouse. “Virginia,” I hollered to my housemate, with whom I share a name, “how the fuck am I supposed to fit all of this in here?!” I had just picked up our two CSA shares, and I had … Continue reading

Leavings.

During my last semester at McGill, I took a class that focused on environmental poetry. As a student in the Faculty of Science, my four years of university dealt mostly with the realm of the tangible, the concrete, and while I have occasionally enjoyed poetry on my own, this was the first time in my … Continue reading